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New York City designer Eddie Lee was hired to reimagine this stunning suite bathroom. The clients wanted the bathroom to look cross-cultural and lavish — “a blend of English charm and Asian lushness, with some European classicism, added in,” Lee says.
After subdividing the space into intimate niches — “They echo the arches in the lobby of the 1885 building” — Lee created a breathtaking moment with a Gracie chinoiserie wallpaper. Lee knew the visual would be worth of any worries: “This is a pied-à-terre, so it doesn’t see daily action. Plus, we added a protective coating to resist moisture.”
To create this frame into the wallpaper and define the arches, the wainscoting and floors were faced in Calacatta Gold marble. Traditional brass fixtures from Barber Wilsons bring old-world styling. “You’re instantly transported when you enter this room,” Lee says, “and that was the ultimate goal.”
This statement chandelier makes a showstopping scenario at the bathroom entrance. Also, the architectural mahogany balances the atmosphere of this bathroom.
The mirror in the shower will help you with your needs and also adds a different touch. The Regent exposed pipe shower head with hand spray is by Barber Wilsons.
The Louis XVI Treillage dresser from Restoration Hardware was transformed into a bathroom vanity. To the right of the mirror is a concealed medicine cabinet that opens with a touch latch “for an uncluttered look,” Lee says.
Original Article: House Beautiful